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Old 03-20-2015, 09:55 AM   #1
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Flush Mounted Clothes Hangers

Where can I buy the Flush Mounted Clothes Hangers that are in the 2015? I have no wardrobe in my AI and I miss having a place to hang my show suits.
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No idea, because I've never seen one. However, four alternate possibilities:

1 - On the B-pillars just behind both front doors, there should be a clothes hook. They are awkwardly located for hanging clothes, but you can get an automobile clothes rod to hang between them. I have one, and while I don't hang suits on it, I use it for drying towels inside during inclement weather. You could also hang a curtain on a clothes rod like this to provide visual separation between the cab and the living spaces for short-duration stops where you don't want to mess with the windshield cover.

2 - Mercedes Benz makes a very nice coat hanger that fits the front-seat headrests:

I have one on my passenger-side front seat for hanging my raincoat since it's convenient to the sliding side door.

3 - An over-the-cabinet-door clothes hook can be hung on your wardrobe cabinet door aft of the bathroom. I don't have the clothes hook, but I do have an over-the-cabinet-door towel bar, which is a fast way to add a second towel bar to the wet bath.

4 - Command Adhesive clothes hooks. 3M Command Adhesive hooks let you add hooks to the expansion panel of the wet bath without drilling holes. I put one of these hooks inside the wet bath for hanging a bath brush.
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Old 03-20-2015, 01:48 PM   #3
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This is the 2015 flush mounted system for hanging clothes
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I am addicted to these padded over-the-door hooks. When I use the Interstate for work, anything remotely tailored gets hung from a regular hangar and placed on one of these.

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Old 03-20-2015, 02:27 PM   #5
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This is the 2015 flush mounted system for hanging clothes
Oh, I see. You mean surface-mounted folding. Sorry, I used to be an engineer, and flush-mounted to an engineer means that it's recessed into the wood, not just attached to the wood.

I don't know where the Airstream Interstate OEM model comes from, but I have found something similar that should work for you, with either surface-mount or recessed-mount models. They're spring-loaded so when you're not using them they fold themselves up.

They're not actually clothes rods; they're luggage handles! But you could use them AS clothes rods.

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Old 03-20-2015, 03:28 PM   #6
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When I read the specs I expected something flush too! These are surface mount for sure but I was just calling them what they call them... I'm going to call the dealership to see if they can get them for me
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An Airstream dealer should be able to get and install them for you.
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I went to a local RV sales and service that had told me that he could order parts direct from Airstream. I ordered two and installed them both myself. So as much as I can tell, we upgraded our 2014.5 to a 2015 for about $50.00.
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When we bought our used 2013, the previous owner had installed one of these hangers and had three more in a box. I installed two more of them between the extra cabinets I installed in the area behind the seats. They work great for hanging wet towels to dry as well as hanging clothes from them on hangers.
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Can you guys post some photos of where you are putting these?
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See k9kackie's post #3 above for photo of where Airstream installs this hanger.
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I went to a local RV sales and service that had told me that he could order parts direct from Airstream. I ordered two and installed them both myself. So as much as I can tell, we upgraded our 2014.5 to a 2015 for about $50.00.
OK, I'll bite.

Price out the other 50W of solar and front air dam and get back to me lol.
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